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October 16, 2020

Alleged Gloucester City Drug Dealer Arrested in Raid was Charged with Double-Murder in 2014

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (Gloucester City, NJ)October 16, 2020)—One of the suspects arrested in the October 9, 2020 drug raid in Gloucester City was Jorge Lopez, age 42, of the 300 block of Market Street. He was charged with possession of CDS (two counts). distribution within 500 feet of... Read more →

Ghostly Tradition Continues, The Paranormal Museum Tours Go Private

The Paranormal Museum in Asbury Park is not taking this Halloween off. Despite the limitations caused by Covid-19, the Asbury Park mainstay is still providing chills and thrills to those interested in the strange and unusual. In order to keep staff and attendees safe, the museum and bookstore, Paranormal Books &... Read more →

NJ Salon and Spa Alliance Joins NJBIA’s Fight

for Fairer Industry Operating Rules during COVID-19 The New Jersey Salon and Spa Alliance is now part of NJBIA to leverage NJBIA’s powerful business advocacy in Trenton on behalf of the state’s licensed hair salons, barbershops and cosmetology spas hurt by occupancy restrictions during COVID-19. Christine Modica, owner of the Stag... Read more →

Rutgers Expert Explains History of the October Surprise

James Comey/Shutterstock What is an October Surprise and where does the term come from? The term was popularized in 1980. As president, Jimmy Carter could not get the Iranian hostages released, and his failure was one of the main reasons he was losing in the polls to Ronald Reagan. The October... Read more →

Bad Sign of the Times - PennEast Partner Sign Over Lambertville

New Jersey Sierra Club press release There is a new banner on Main Street in Lambertville, NJ that reads “Welcome to Lambertville.” The banner also includes the Enbridge logo. Enbridge is a major partner in the PennEast Pipeline. Another partner in the PennEast pipeline, South Jersey Industries, is represented by the... Read more →

Louisiana News Outlets Endorse Sports Wagering Proposition 

NEW ORLEANS - News outlets from across Louisiana are endorsing a sports wagering proposition on the ballot on November 3, 2020. The Advocate | NOLA.com, The Ouachita Citizen, and The Gambit have all thrown their support behind legalizing sports wagering. The effort, if approved, could boost taxable revenue in the state... Read more →

Train Derailment Mystery...25 Years Later

Investigators Working to Solve 25-Year-Old Sabotage of Track That Led to Derailment of Amtrak’s Sunset Limited Passenger Train; $310,000 Reward Available Michael Lum was a student at Arizona State University when he learned that a train had mysteriously derailed in rural Arizona on October 9, 1995. “I woke up and saw... Read more →


SUSTAINING HUNDREDS OF JOBS AND DELIVERING NEEDED FOOD TO NEWARKERS IN 60 DIFFERENT LOCATIONS In six months of operations, NWK has reopened dozens of local businesses and become a model of community investment, supported by investments from the City of Newark, private companies and philanthropists Newark, N.J. – October, 2020 –... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing Delaware: Waterfowl and Trout Stamp Art Winners Announced

Just days after capturing his second Federal Duck Stamp contest, renowned Delaware wildlife artist Richard Clifton of Milford also won the state waterfowl stamp art contest. Judges selected his painting of a Mallard hen and drake to grace the 2021/22 Delaware stamp. In the 2021 Delaware Trout Stamp art contest, newcomer... Read more →

Jose Rodolfo Villarreal Makes the FBI Top Ten Fugitive List

Jose Rodolfo Villarreal-Hernandez, wanted for allegedly directing his associates to track and murder a man in Southlake, Texas, has been added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. The Department of State’s Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program is offering a reward of up to $1 million for information leading directly... Read more →

CNB Medical:Sleepless Nights, Hair Loss, Cracked Teeth

Aneri Pattani:October 15, 2020 (Science Photo Library/Getty Images) In late March, shortly after New York state closed nonessential businesses and asked people to stay home, Ashley Laderer began waking each morning with a throbbing headache. “The pressure was so intense it felt like my head was going to explode,” recalled the... Read more →

Three Ways to Upgrade Your Company's Digital Assets

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 16, 2020)--The coronavirus crisis has forced businesses and consumers online. The best-fitted website and the smartest online working practices have trumped those businesses with poor and outdated digital assets. For those companies that have struggled to keep up this year, upgrading and modernizing has been a huge priority - getting... Read more →

FBI Warns of Potential Charity Fraud Associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic

Many Americans want to help during the COVID-19 pandemic by contributing to charities, but the FBI is warning that scammers also want to help—they want to help themselves to your money. Nationwide, the FBI and other law enforcement agencies have received reports of scammers fraudulently soliciting donations for individuals, groups, and... Read more →

How to Promote Your Amazon Business on Social Media 

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 16, 2020)--Whether you have just launched your Amazon business and you need help marketing it for the first time, or you have been an Amazon seller for a while, but your sales figures could do with a boost, social media is the perfect platform for promoting your Amazon FBA business.... Read more →

Hashish Concealed in Nigeria Seashells Seized in Baltimore

BALTIMORE – Sally surely wasn’t selling these seashells down by the seashore. Customs and Border Protection officers in Baltimore encountered a unique concealment method when they discovered hashish hidden inside seashells that arrived in air cargo from Nigeria on September 30. Baltimore CBP discovered hashish concealed inside these seashells. CBP agriculture... Read more →

What Can Medical Marijuana Use Help With?

While many people commonly use marijuana for recreational purposes, it has also been in the spotlight recently for its many potential medical benefits. In fact, more than two-thirds of US states have legalized marijuana for medical use, and continued research is revealing more ways that it may be able to ease... Read more →

New episode of Ms. Magazine’s On The Issues

with Michele GoodwinPodcast explores the ongoing fight for the Equal Rights Amendment—and what’s at stake in the elections The episode is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and MsMagazine.com. On the Issues with Michele Goodwin is a new issues- and policy-focused podcast featuring feminist analysis, insightful conversations and exciting guests. This... Read more →

Federal Authorities Charge Pittsburgh Postal Workers with Trashing Mail

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Federal authorities charged a pair of post office employees with discarding mail, including political mailers and applications for mail-in ballots, furthering concerns about the integrity of ballots mailed this election season. Authorities charged Sean Troesch, 48, of Pittsburgh, a city... Read more →